O.J. Simpson has been ordered by a judge to sit down with Fred Goldman's lawyers and answer questions about his finances after failing to pay the millions of dollars he owes to Ron Goldman's family.
According to reports, a judge in Nevada signed off on paperwork ordering the 74-year-old ex-NFL star to discuss employment, property, and funds with Goldman's attorneys.
O.J. is allegedly scheduled to appear in the lawyers' office next month on September 16. If he fails to show, he'll be in serious trouble.
A bench warrant for O.J.'s arrest will be issued if he decides not to come.
This is the latest attempt by Ron's father to collect the money owed to his family.
Ron was slashed to death alongside O.J.'s ex-wife Nicole Simpson in 1994 outside her Brentwood, CA home.
In 1997, a civil jury found the former football player liable for both deaths. He was ordered to pay $33.5 million to the families.
As of February, court documents show O.J. had fallen significantly short, only paying the Goldman family $132,000.
The original amount has since ballooned to $57 million in 2015 — and now, reportedly sits at $70 million.
Fred wants his money, claiming that since O.J. was released from prison for armed robbery in 2018, he's been making dough.
O.J. is often seen flexing his lavish lifestyle all over social media, including his days on the golf course.
The Goldmans are hoping the judge's latest order will help them discover how to collect what's owed to them.
As for O.J., he hasn't stopped harping on about Ron and Nicole's murders, most recently questioning "whoever did it."
He sat down for a longwinded interview with The Athletic, where he referred to their slaying as the “L.A. thing."
Claiming his innocence, he said, "Unfortunately, some people wrongfully believe something, but I moved on. I still think I’m a good guy. I didn’t let it change me. It did for a while. I was angry for a while, but I treat everybody the way I want to be treated.”
He claims he's done with L.A., telling the outlet, “I have trouble with L.A. People may think this is self-serving, but I might be sitting next to whoever did it. I really don’t know who did this.”